I was interviewed by the experimental music blog Caliper Music. Read the full interview here. Website founder, Matt Ackerman, comments on the album Nature Has Forever:
“It’s a unique, accessible exploration of organic sounds and techniques in music making. From the title, you can gather there is an attempt to return to some unadulterated, back-to-basics, or “natural” aesthetic.”
-Matt Ackerman, Caliper Music
“If you are looking for new sounds to add to your routine, take a look at the latest Anthony Weis , no doubt, has something that will give another color to your days.”
Nature Has Forever is an experimental acoustic album self-released by musician Anthony Weis. The album contains instrumental pieces touching on Country Folk, Progressive/Post Rock, Soundscape/Minimalism, and World Music.
Many homemade instruments are featured throughout, ranging from percussive beats consisting of wood piles, drawers, and junk heaps, to one stringed instruments that have been plucked, sampled, and distorted. Soundscapes underlie many of the songs, ranging from sounds in nature to manipulated ambient recordings. One of the goals in making this record was to create unique sounds all my own.
Nature Has Forever follows up the instrumental guitar rock album Smashed Against Infinity (2017) and the four piece ambient rock/soundscape suite Sound Continuous (2016).
Release Date: May 1st, 2019
- Four Strings (3:42)
- Slide Slide Harmonica (3:14)
- Back To The Primitive (2:49)
- Notes Out Of Season (4:06)
- Absurd Melodies (3:53)
- Bewilderness (3:31)
- Front Country (3:32)
- Fall Reprise (2:11)
- Banjo, Banjo (3:21)
- Up, Glorious Soil! (2:48)
- Man’s Pursuit Of Purpose (4:27)
- Where The Raw Breeze Blows (3:13)
- Incessant Sunlit Fields (3:14)